Application forms, checklists and templates

There are multiple checklists that can help ensure your planning application meets all the statutory and Council requirements for a decision.

Application Forms

New Planning Permit applications

Existing Planning Permits

Additional forms

Checklists and Templates

All development applications

Native Vegetation Removal/Protection including understorey, midstorey and trees

Typical rural applications

Residential applications

Typical business/industrial applications

Subdivision

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I obtain a copy of the land title, restrictive covenant, section 173 agreement (as applicable) required to be submitted with my application?

Titles (also known as register search statements) and related attachments can be obtained from Landata, where a fee is usually applicable.

How long does a planning permit or other application take for a decision?

The prescribed lead time for deciding a statutory planning application is within 60 days. Less complex applications such as approving plans or extending an expired permit are generally much quicker, however more complex ones can take longer.

How do I object to a planning permit application?

Objections to planning applications can be lodged on line via Council’s Planning Permit Register (following the prompts for an application on ‘advertising’), by email or post attention Statutory Planning, reference no. (the PA no. or address) PO Box 18 Ballan VIC 3342.

Related Information

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Subdivision
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